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About a 30 min boat ride away, Hatenohama is a white sandbar surrounded by clear blue water. We opted for a 1/2 day tour from Eef Beach Hotel and that is more than enough to snorkel and walk around. It was low season when we were there so it feels like we have the whole place to
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White sandy beach. The sea is highly transparent. It's like paradise. Land on the island with a dedicated ship. The ship is a glass boat and if you are lucky you can encounter sea turtles. Since there is no shade, a rash guard is required. If not, your skin is at risk. be
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Hatenohama Beach is a white sand bar located a twenty minute boat ride away east of Kumejima and is the most recognizable Kumejima sight. We went with a tour (pretty much the only way to get there) that took us on a glass bottom boat. Most of the coral were dead and we did see
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The picture looks nice when it was shot from above by a drone. When you are there, I found that it was just an ordinary beach. The sand was white and fine, water was clear and there were fish around. But if you could find other places to visit, snorkel and dive, I don't think
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We spent a couple of hours on the beach after a snorkeling time around. The white sand and the variations of blue of the water are amazing. In October, the temperature of both air and water was hot, very enjoyable (take care of sunburns!) 30 minutes away from the Eef Beach
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